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and this will be moving into mid-mississippi valley. this rain could be beneficial from the ongoing drought condition in the mid-mississippi valley. the level is the fourth lowest in history. temperatures are warm. atlanta 18 degrees. oklahoma city 12. here denver, 13 degrees. quite warm there. you're going be seeing a roller coaster ride this week down to about minus 9 for your high. here is your extended forecast. >>> one more story. a male panda has opinibeen matc with a new female friend. the 6-year-old panda arrived on wednesday at the zoo. he's on lease. japanese animal handlers are hoping to help them breed through cross over match making between zoos. at his new home he's expected to mate with a 12-year-old who has failed to bear offspring with her 10-year-old mate. >> translator: she's reaching the reproductive age limit. i hope she can breed successfully this year. >> the mating season is from january to march. the zoo plans to introduce the new couple to the public in mid-january at the earliest. that's all for this edition of "newsline." thanks for joining us.
. the central and south eastern u.s. have been hit by severe storms. tornadoes ripped through mississippi, indiana and tennessee killing one person. buildings and homes were severely damaged. in indianapolis crews are still trying to secure down power lines after the storm moved through the area. the residents along the eastern seaboard is on alert for tornadoes at this moment. further tornado is likely and torrential rain as well. by thursday morning things will be letting up. rain will be letting up. nice calm conditions should return. soh eastern canada will remain unsettled throughout thursday. back behind it because of a strong northwesterly winds snow is falling around the great lakes region up to 35 centimeters is likely into the next 24 hours. more heavy snow is falling in the knnorthwest. ahead of the area very dry but very windy and very chilly. we have wind chill warnings and advisories posted. with the wind chill factors you feel like minus 15 degrees or so. temperatures are as follows, very chilly minus 21 degrees for winnipeg and minus 8 degrees in chicago. the cold air will
to the north spreading showers to the lakes all the way to the mississippi river valley. it will pass to our northwest tomorrow. we'll beeno the fridges of it. chilly overnight 33 to 40 degrees. as we get through the day tomorrow we'll look for cloudy skies pretty much for the entire day. through the day, hang on to the cloud cover and we'll watch for light rain or showers. right now, it looks like everything should clear out quickly as we head through the day saturday. we'll start off saturday with cloudiness but then skies will brighten up. lower 50's, lower 60's on saturday. upper 60's on sunday with some sunny. then a slow-moving cold front and dropping temperatures through the balance of next week. keep checking on our weather page we have a bunch of interesting stuff. a brand-new blog that is a response to some of the coverage of the weather climate data for 2012. an interesting look at facts and figures maybe you didn't hear. check that out. >> we're all watching rg3 closely. things are going well, hopefully. >> they are keeping a good
of the outbreak. california, mississippi and hawaii. but there are some new clues to show you tonight, stirring hope, and abc's chief medical editor dr. richard besser is here to show you. >> tonight, i'm cautiously optimistic, finally a sign in southern states hit earliest, and hardest, that the peak of the flu epidemic has passed. tonight, amid all of the sneezing and coughing, a glimmer of hope. we talked to hospitals and health departments across the south and many are seeing it. from knoxville, tennessee, "we're seeing that downturn." to north carolina, "looks like we peaked early." but it's not universal. even in the same states, some hospitals are still getting slammed. "our numbers don't yet reflect a downturn," a doctor from duke university hospital, also in north carolina, tells us. this year's flu season hit early, november 25th, a month earlier than a typical one. we're now six weeks into it, and if this year is like years past, we are likely to have six or more weeks to go. it's not too late to get some protection and today, the cdc provided first indication as to how well the vacc
. mississippi, alabama, louisiana or florida, they're gonna love it. shaul, your alabama hospitality is incredible. thanks, karen. love your mississippi outdoors. i vote for your florida beaches, dawn. bill, this louisiana seafood is delicious. we're having such a great year on the gulf, we've decided to put aside our rivalry. now is the perfect time to visit anyone of our states. the beaches and waters couldn't be more beautiful. take a boat ride, go fishing or just lay in the sun. we've got coastline to explore and wildlife to photograph. and there's world class dining with our world famous seafood. so for a great vacation this year, come to the gulf. its all fabulous but i give florida the edge. right after mississippi. you mean alabama. say louisiana or there's no dessert. this invitation is brought to you by bp and all of us who call the gulf home. music: "make someone happy" music: "make someone happy" ♪it's so important to make someone happy.♪ it's so important to make meone happy.♪ ♪make just one someone happy ♪and you will be happy too. five days later, i had a mas
almost 90% in both alabama and mississippi. similarly in this cycle, romney won the presidency of the confederate states of america, a caring nine of the 11 rebel states. he achieved his high share of the white vote in the state with the largest percentage of black voters, mississippi. indeed, romney's strong national showing among white voters was almost exclusively driven by a stark support from southern voters. george w. bush got 62 million votes in the 2004 election and conservatives said he had a mandate. barack obama got 62 million votes in the two -- 2012 election, and conservatives started a secessionist movement. but the obama campaign took it to them and made a difference in the end. they helped create a new electorate, a coalition of concerned and they turned it out on election day. our two political parties are separate and not equal. the percentage of republicans who are white has remained fairly steady since 2000 at about 87%. the percentage of democrats who are white in contrast has dropped from 64% in 2000 to 55% now. independents have gone from 79% to 67% white
and also snowfall. actually around portions of mississippi, alabama. seeing several cent meet earls accumulate up here, towards the appalachia mountains. thises w, here in to europe, we are also talking about a little break in the weather across portions of -- possibly going in to friday. the next storm system is coming in and this is going to bring snowfall. and some of the portions and central uk, upwards of 25 centimeters. london, about 5 to 10 centimeters. due to moist air frorororo
the pool of providerers who can perform the procedure, but in mississippi, the state's only abortion provider is fighting to stay open as mi mississippi's republican governor vows to shut it down. according to the gutmacher institute, more than 87% of the counties lack abortion provider. the national network of abortion funds reports that every year 200,000 women need help paying for abortions in part because nearly half of american women who seek pregnancy termination live below the federal povrly line and this lack of access can be deadly for women. before roe v. wade, complications of abortion were the leading cause of death for women of child-bearing age and especially true of women of color. so as this access is narrowed, it puts pressure on the bodily rights of women and we can not forget the issue of access. we are joined by chloe angyal and also katrina vanden houvel, and bob herbert who is senior fellow at demos, and access is what we should be fighting to the. >> yes. what people don't know after the roe v. wade, hyde amendment was passed a and that prevented medicaid from
in out of canada. a battle area is setting up across the mississippi valley. you're going to see severe weather. temperatures will drop right off as that cold arctic air mass starts to come down. win peg, just minus six on monday. well, it's going to get colder. minus 20 going into thursday. chicago, ahead of that front, you're going to be seeing that warmup that we're talking about. 17 for your high. take a look at this. dropping off about down to minus seven by the end of the week. so really enjoy the warm weather while you can in many of these areas. it's going to be getting cold by the end of the work week. now as we take a look at europe, several areas also continuing to watch. italy, you are seeing some rain showers, even gusty winds from a low pressure area. but the thing with this one, it's going to start to work to the east. high pressure is going to be ridging in behind it. that's really going to bring in much farrer weather across the iberian peninsula and italy and the mediterranean and they'll be sharing in on this great weather. the north and british isles, you're not shar
there will be severe weather in oklahoma tonight. the threat will also spread to the southern parts of the mississippi river valley and parts of tas within the next 24 hours. we talked about bone chilling temperatures across the east last week. conditions are changing. you can see the jet stream moving further up toward warmer air to flow in from the south. temperatures are cooling down across the rest of the u.s. this is your forecast high for the next three days. new york city, 14 degrees expected on your wednesday. 19 in washington, d.c. on the same day. chicago 17 on tuesday. it will plummet to 3 on wednesday and go down to minus 7, so you may want to bundle up once again. finally in europe a massive storm system as strong as a hurricane is still with you. you can see the isobars are close to each other meaning strong winds are blowing. we have reports of 90 kilometers of wind. southwest in england and was you'll be dealing with rainfall in the next 24 hours. temperatures are going to be very mild across the west. 13 in london and 12 degrees in paris on tuesday. here is your extended forecast. >>>
short-changed. we have stood with the citizens of florida and alabama, mississippi and louisiana, iowa and vermont, california and missouri, in their times of need. now i trust they will stand with us. >> he also said washington could learn a thing or two from new jersey about the art of compromise. >> now, we've had our fights. and we have stuck to our principles. but we have established a governing model for america that shows that even with heartfelt beliefs, bipartisan compromise is possible. achievement is the result. and progress for our people is the payoff. maybe the folks in washington in both parties could learn something from our record here in new jersey. >> you know, jon meacham, dana millbank who occasionally writes a snarky column or two in "the washington post" actually offered a fairly broad support of embrace of chris christie as the republican party savior, for obvious reasons. he says this. certainly the storm and more important, christie's forceful response boosted the governor's standing. but the tea party's record lows and christie's record highs tell a larger st
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in the country along with the mississippi river in the valley area. if you remember the drop on a tour map, it shows that the drought was right in that central area. if you look at the western part of the map, it highlights vegetable and fruit production, and down in the southeast and florida, we are highlighting the major citrus-producing area with corn and grapefruit production. , joining's go to ruth us from here in washington, d.c. ruth, you with us? we will try one more time for ruth in washington. caller: yes, this is ruth. i have a question about the food prices. how high will food prices as a result of the drought, how high will they go? host: general question, but how high can we expect? guest: the forecast is that prices will rise about 3.5% this year. the long-term averages 3% a year, but it will rise faster than the overall inflation rates. the usda forecast for food price increases, and how much food prices increase over the year. some forecasters use month-to- month changes in prices, some have much higher or much different numbers than usda produces. fruit prices could be up
threat is for louisiana, mississippi and across upper portions of mississippi river valley, arkansas through memphis, tennessee, through the ohio river valley. we'll keep you posted certainly martha throughout the day and bill. we could see a volatile situation unfolding. back to you. >> thank you for that, janice. we'll keep an eye on it. bill: there are new reports the legacy of the deadly terror attack in libya is looming large over the future of the u.s. involvement in afghanistan. president obama meets with hamid karzai late tomorrow in fact. the attack in benghazi reportedly a driving factor in the ultimate decision in how large of a force to leave behind. john bolton, former ambassador to the u.n. and fox news contributor. welcome back. what do you make of this? how do you put this together? >> i think it has got our priorities backwards. if taliban takes control again in afghanistan, we won't have to worry about protecting drone bases or diplomats because we won't be there at all. and i think this is part of the unreality of the obama administration's approach there. the low
assume with the blessing of governor kasich passes -- defeated in mississippi. i mean, what were they thinking? what are they thinking? i think they've got to look at themselves and say we've got to control the tea party aspect of this party. we've got to get back to taking positions that ordinary americans agree with. it's going to be interesting and fascinating to me what the house republicans do on background checks and high capacity magazines. then you will see whether this party is ready to go forward. if they oppose either of those, i think they're -- >> that's so -- that's a limited snanding of what republicans can do. those are both agenda items of the president. how do they get back to that? they need something to be pro active about. you've been hearing more and more where top leaders and sort of intellectual leaders in the party say they need to be more than just budget sheets or just the party -- >> vision. >> we have to have policies that affect the poor and left them out of poverty that improve our indication system. i suspect -- i'm not sure where it's going to com
folks visit. mississippi, alabam louisiana or florida, they're gonna love it. shaul, your alabama hospitality is incredible. thanks, karen. love your mississippi outdoors. i vote for your florida beaches, dawn. bill, this louisiana seafood is delicious. we're having such a great year on the gulf, we've decided to put aside our rivalry. now is the perfect time to visit anyone of our states. beaches and waters couldn't be more beautiful. take a boat ride, go fishing or just lay in the sun. we've got coastline to explore and wildlife to photograph. and there's world class dining with our world famous seafood. so for a great vacation this year, come to the gulf. its all fabulous but i give florida the edge. right after mississippi. you mean alabama. say louisiana or there's no dessert. this invitation is brought to you by bp and all of us who call the gulf home. excuse me, sir i'm gonna have to ask you to power down your little word game. i think your friends will understand. oh no, it's actually my geico app...see? ...i just uh paid my bill. did you really? from the plane? yeah, i ca
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in 1858 in mississippi. >> reporter: leonardo plays the despicable calvin kanldee. a plantation owner and all around bad guy who uses the n world repeatedly. >> the first day onset was incredibly difficult for me. >> it's supposed to be tough. you're not supposed to feel like that's normal in 2012, 2013. >> reporter: and then there's the violence. does the director think the violence he putsen to the screen makes real violence more likely? >> it's nothing new. in shakespeare's time he was blamed all the time for the anarchy in the streets. who you blame, blame the playmakers because it's easy to blame them. >> wow. controversial film. it's going to do very well, could be his best selling film ever. he has quite a record. >> number two at the box office, but they say this could be the most violent yet. >> quinten, you know what you're getting with quinten, that's for sure. we'll be back with more after this. ♪ >>> we're watching up. it's been a week. finally this half hour, you know as you watch it all, she is my girl, who else, but kim kardashian. >> and halle barry. >> kim now is w
was your favorite bowl game yesterday? >> northwestern and mississippi state. i'm kidding. it was wisconsin. >> speaking of productive quarterbacks, have you seen this aaron murray kid for georgia? >> yep. >> dow like him? >> no. >> why not? >> he's a combine guy. he's going to get in the combine and run over everybody. >> taylor martinez steps off his back foot here. we had a shootout going on between these two teams, 31-23 nebraska, but here's your prototypical quarterback. there's your in-the-pocket, throw-it-deep quarterback. you don't like him. 427 yards, that's a bowl record, and georgia beats nebraska 45-31. >> i'm not impressed. >> and his dock goes up. >> of course it does. >> quickly, wizards yesterday taking on dallas. the reason why i want to show you this is because we have an old man sighting. he's a young kid, still a teenager. knocking down the three here. wizards let by -- led by as many as 14 points. a teenager, isn't that weird? shawn marion is not a rookie, veteran, a guy in his 30s. the next guy is your guy, vin- sanity. >> he's one of the top five game dunkers of all t
and mississippi. how do you figure that? i guess maybe it's the luck of the draw there. many schools are taking extra precaution to keep everyone healthy. in ohio there's a special machine that they're using in schools, in classrooms and bathrooms and locker rooms, to disinfect them once a week to try to keep the flu from spreading. rick leavening that is in pennsylvania at a hospital in allentown. one of the reasons why you're there is because they've set up tents outside the main building to deal with the overflow of flu patients. how is that going? >> reporter: well, jenna, as you said, pennsylvania one of the many states with a widespread flu virus. they have dozens of extra people now walking into the emergency room every day with flu-like symptoms, and today just don't have high school to -- they just don't have room to treat them all. everyone who comes here is evaluated first. if their symptoms are severe, they are treated in the hospital, and those with less severe symptoms are brought out to that mobile surge tent. >> the capacity was overwhelming. not only with patients being seen, b
the missouri would ensuret that commerce on the mississippi could keep flowing through the winter. >> missouri river is not an option because if you look at why that system is there, it is there because they need that water. that is people's water supply. it is meant to hold water in case of a severe drought lasting as long as perhaps the dust bowl lasted, about 12 years. we can't play with water that may be somebody's drinking water. >> reporter: the other solution would be significant precipitation but it is unlikely that mother nature alone will fix this problem. >>> cnn continues right now with ashleigh banfield. >>> thank you. hello everyone. i'm ashleigh banfield live in new york city. i want to start this hour with a disturbing case, a rape case that happened in ohio. one of those relatively small towns where just about everybody knows everybody else and friday night football is king. the alleged victim in this case is a 16-year-old girl. she was reportedly drunk and reportedly possibly unconscious when she was allegedly raped by two high school football players. the alleged rape came t
are you should get a flu vaccine. >> megyn: unless you're in hawaii, california or mississippi, those are the three states, weirdly. i have no explanation for this, that aren't reporting at least the widespread flu outbreak. you're not safe anywhere. >> people are moving back and forth, stay healthy, sleep, meals and plenty of fluids. >> megyn: thank you, doctor. the n.r.a. walking out of the white house gun meetings saying the whole thing felt like a show, for what they called cover for the attack on the second amendment. we will be live with the director of the n.r.a. next about the group's new move. a growing debate about a pastor who pulled out of his role in the president's inaugural after a controversial sermon from 15 or 20 years ago came to light. the question now, is this the latest victim to what one writer you know well called, quote, the intolerant left? plus, an ingenuous prank on tape after a man built a car that drives up to the fast foot window a food window and no one is behind the wheel. we'll show you and the reaction. >> hello. >> what the heck is going on? (laught
who tried to enforce gun laws and the governor of mississippi is talking about nullifying federal arms directives in history state. tim muller is the sheriff and he wrote to the vice president. let me quote from his letter. any federal regulation enactioned by congress or executive order of the president offending the constitutional rights of my citizens shall not be enforced by me or my deputies. tim muller on the phone with me. thank you for being with me. i have the 23 here. 23 different expectative orders that were signed. we watch watched them be signed by the president yesterday. i assumed you reviewed these. is there anything to your mind is conunconstitutional? >> i went through the orders myself and it might surprise you, but i support the president in a number of those. the biggest problem we have that we have seen in law enforcement. i can speak for oregon and the rest of the country. that's the mental health piece of it. that's a huge issue in my county as well as other counties in the state of oregon since the mid-1990s when the state fell on the state treatment follows fo
pushing into mississippi. this is all sliding east. also we have some lake-effect snow across the great lakes region and new york and new england areas. let's talk about the winter chill for those of you living alon montana, northern plains into minnesota. we're talking high temps only in the teens and the 20s and also some patchy dense fog for north dakota into minnesota. and that could lead to some icy fog. so definitely going to bundle up. maybe enjoy that hot cup of hot chocolate. that's a look at the national picture. here's a closer look at the weather for your weekend. >> announcer: this weather segment sponsored by pronamel. help protect your enamel from the effects of acid erosion. >>> and despite a little rain and snow here and there, it's unusually quiet for this time in january, especially when you consider all the winter storms that have been rolling through for the past few weekends. >> thank you so much. >>> as we reported earlier, american eagle pilot kolbjornkolbjorn kolbjorn kolbjorn kolbjorn kristiansen was arrested. this isn't the first such
of mississippi and alabama, into south carolina, georgia and the panhandle of florida it is a soaker today. in our new york studios, the air temperature is 25. only # in -- only 9 in cleveland. portions of new england, temperatures below zero. 30's, currently 30 in the dallas-fort worth metro plex. eventually v.f.w. up to 50 degrees. raleigh durham temperatures in the mid to upper 40's. freezing in rapid city and in denver. >>alisyn: it's really cold so, what does brian kilmeade do? >>brian: i'm getting ready to work out with two very fit women. a sugar bowl stunner. it's like florida says if we can't win the championship game we might as well not show up for the post season. louisville stuns the gators 33-23. ray lewis retired. we'll have more later. everyone is writing thousands of e-mails, tweets and everything else. they want to know why it's been polled on fox news talk. paying the same amount of money, not getting the programming. since there is no satellite channel other than xm sirius, if you're a describeer, fox news -- if you're a subscriber, fox news no longer on. less content,
to the local officials, including the governor of mississippi, who are suggesting that if you succeed in getting new laws passed they won't enforce them on the gun issue? thosel, i didn't see particular remarks, john. there are a variety of actions that the president has proposed. some of them are executive actions. some of the most important of them, as the president made clear, require congressional action. and i'll leave it to lawyers to sort out, if we are fortunate enough to achieve these pieces of legislation, how those laws would be enforced. but let's be clear here. there is nothing the president proposed yesterday that would result, if enacted, in anyone -- any law-abiding citizen in america losing a gun. the president made clear yesterday his full support for the second amendment and the second amendment rights of american citizens. he also made clear that we have an obligation, and american citizens, including our most vulnerable, youngest american citizens, have rights, too. and we have an obligation to uphold those rights, including the rights of seven- year-olds to live
lakes. heavy rain in the lower mississippi river valley. they do need that rain. for sunday, sunday, more heavy rain in the mid mississippi river valley and ohio river valley. sunny and cool >>> well we've just hit 8:33, good friday morning to you. i'm meteorologist christina loren. grab your coat and shades, abundant sunshine. this is san jose, a beautiful clear start but it is cold. san jose at 37 degrees and it's even colder up in the north bay, 33 in santa rosa. we're going to stay chilly all day long only maxing out in the low 50s, by tomorrow the upper 40s and finally a little bit of a warmup as we head into next week. hope you have a fantastic weekend. >>> all right. time for "today's" top clicks, where you get to vote for your favorite viral videos of the week. click number one this week, our new champ -- drum roll, please, dance like nobody's watch iing. remember this one? dancing around the busy baggage claim at l.a.x. this was not the first time she was inspired to break out the dance moves. she's done this in places all over. >> nobody is looking. >> no reaction whatsoev
the upcoming episode. larry is joining us from biloxi, mississippi, on the independent line. caller: thank you for taking my call. i do not believe our congress or president are going to do anything different. they have laid out their lifestyles and the things they intend to do. they are looking for ways to decrease spending, but it seems to me we have elected some people to go into these positions to make our decisions for us. they seem to be self-serving. if you get an ineffective congressman who cannot do his job and has proven it by serving a couple of years and then gets voted out, that congressman still gets a pension for the rest of his life that is well over $100,000. we have thousands collecting this money. if you took a job and were expected to serve 20 years and do an effective job and could not do that, would you expect to get a pension for the rest of your life? why should we be paying these thousands of guys all this money? >> we go now live to the senate gallery for remarks from senator schumer on assistance to the victims of hurricane sandy. >> good afternoon. let me say a few
. mississippi rep steven palazzo is one of 67 republicans who voted against that $9.7 billion worth of aid on january 4th. but yesterday i sent out a letter to those members of the g.o.p. asking them to reverse their votes and pass a larger bill that's in the house today. palazzo has been widely criticized for his stance on this since his own state given katrina aid seven years ago. another big issue facing congress is the debt ceiling. treasury secretary timothy geithner released a letter this week saying the government could run out its borrowing authority in as little as four weeks. now, republicans are trying to use this chance to force the democrats into serious long-term spending cuts but obama insists this is about paying the bills congress has already racked up. more bill up next. just be grateful current tv does not come in smellivision. the sweatshirt is nice and all but i could use a golden lasso. (vo) only on current tv. >> announcer: broad broadcasting across the nation and on tv on current tv. >> bill: breaking news, clarence thomas has spoken. for the first time in seven yea
other, mississippi, california, and hawaii. the point really, brooke, the flu is here and it is just about everywhere. so protection is still very important. >> you mentioned protection. waking up this morning, reading the papers, headlines are vaccine shortage, vaccine shortage. what do you do if you can't get the shot? >> i think there are some spot shortages, meaning when you have enough of the vaccine but got to make sure it is in all the right places in the country where people need it. your particular pharmacy, if it doesn't have it, there are probably other pharmacies in your community that do. let me give you a broader view. look at the numbers overall of how many doses there were, 135 million doses manufactured. that's the amount they think are going to be needed here in this country, not everyone gets one, but that's the numbers in the past. take a look here. 128 million have been distributed. and of those, this is an encouraging number, 112 million have actually been used. if you do the math, i did it, 16 million doses are still sitting in pharmacies across the country. an
, mississippi, hawaii and the district of columbia are only reporting regionalout breaks. at least 125 have died. among the victims, 20 children. now, the positive news is that flu activity has slowed and they believe that's because it's started here in that area the earliest. so it's running out of steam. dr. sanjay gupta joining us now. let's talk about why this is. >> you see some decline in some parts of the country, but also increases in other parts of the country which is sort of what you'd expect. the flu is here as you point out, 47 states. want to bring in head of the cdc influenza division. thanks for joining us. you've been giving these press conferences. you can talk a little bit about the numbers that michael and i are discussing? we've seen some declines, some increases. how do you put it all together? >> i think we put it all together by just saying there's lots of flu around. we're seeing it in almost every part of the country and lots of it. so we do think that the earl already signs that the southeast may be going down are hopeful but the message is there's still lots of flu ar
and severe storms are threatening the mississippi and ohio river valleys with flooding. and in egypt, a court has ordered a retrial for former president hosni mubarak. i'm joined by msnbc contributor, joy reed, and tara mcinnis, executive director for american for progress action fun and professor of linguistics and contributing editor at the new republic and columnist at the "new york daily news" and amy goodman, author and, of course, host of "democracy now." >>> this week president obama anoupsed three cabinet nominations all white men. the five departures which as of wednesday include hilda solace to our males. the appointments have called into question the president's commitment to diversity in his second term, concerns by a mick kmur in "the new york times" on tuesday, showing president obama last month in the oval office surrounded by his closest advisers discussing fiscal cliff negotiations. 1 of 11 is a woman, valerie jarrett who's leg is barely visible. that picture is not fully illustrative of the president's record. according to the "new york times" 43% of mr. obama's appointees h
. an interesting example is we saw the level of the mississippi river has gone down in part because of drought. this makes it difficult. you know, this adds difficulty for commerce, for moving goods. so we're starting to see these impacts sort of trickle through and have dollars and cents bottom line impacts on the economy, on taxpayers, on business. >> it's like it's a domino effect. you can see that happening. all right, coral davenport. thanks. good to see zblup good to see you. >>> learning lessons from california's economy. what that state's budget plan could mean for the rest of the country. coming. you p yet many of us don't meet our daily protein needs? that's why there's boost® high protein nutritional drink. each delicious serving provides fifteen grams of protein to help maintain muscle and help meet expert recommended daily protein needs. plus it provides twenty-six essential vitamins and minerals and is gluten-free. help get the nutrition you need with a complete and balanced nutritional drink. try boost® high protein. also available in powder. this has been medifacts for boost
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